View Full Version : My first XSI and 3D model
07 July 2002, 10:20 PM
This is my first 3d experience with XSI, I only spent a week reading the docs, actually I had no experience in 3D modeling, I only started reading about the stuff a year ago.
I spent 3-4 hours today as my first serious attempt to do something meaningful (not a cube or a sphere):)
I only want to know if I'm doing well, since my brother is not helping, I need the masters openion :), is it a good start for a guy like me?
07 July 2002, 10:42 PM
I highly suggest you to work alot more, alone, at home.
Then come back and post your projects.
With the image you just post......nobody will reply.
Learn a bit first, then come back.
Go to www.edharriss.com there are tons of amazing tutorials that will probably help you alot on your learning.
Sorry about the disrespect.
07 July 2002, 11:01 PM
I know all what I did is a nose :), and there is allot to do, it's only that 2AM here and I'm alone, and my brother is nagging me, I just wanted some one to see it, maybe becuse I did implemented the tools I learned to do something (a nose in my case), this is it :).
Thanks allot for having a look, now I can go to sleep :), and thanks for the site, I did see it, I'm getting some books really, it's only I'm having a good chance here since I got XSI that is a wonderful tool.
Thanks allot again
07 July 2002, 11:25 PM
No prob. :)
Good luck with your learning.
07 July 2002, 07:18 AM
You might also be interested in the following sites:
...and if you’re willing to spend a few $:
Softimage ®|XSI Character Animation f/x and Design
XSI Illuminated: Foundation 2
01 January 2006, 10:00 AM
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